DAY 02: MISUGI-NUMAZU [B]
After you have enjoyed your onsen bath followed by breakfast, you will be driven to Ise and visit the ancient Ise Shrines set in forested hills. These imperial shrines consist of two important temples (of a few kilometres apart) that are built in a simple traditional manner but is one of Japan's most sacred sites.
Next, at Ise's Okago-yokocho, enjoy the festival-like atmosphere found at the shops and streets which are actually replicas of the Meiji and Edo period. Here you can experience old customs, sample regional specialties and purchase the famous Akafuku confectioneries.
On the way to the small fishing port of Numazu, stop at an eel pie factory and wasabi plant. Check in to your Numazu hotel.
Tonight, try a dinner of BBQ seafood or sushi freshly prepared by a sushi chef.
Stay overnight at Numazu.
DAY 03: NUMAZU-TOKYO [B,L]
In the morning, after breakfast, check out and begin your drive in the central region. Stop at a tea house to see a Japanese Traditional Tea Ceremony. And later, proceed to Saiko Iyashino Sato Nenba village, on the shores of Lake Sai with Mt. Fuji as a backdrop. It has been rebuilt to display Japan of old i.e. a thatched roof village. Besides traditional Japanese houses and scenic countryside, there is a variety of facilities for everyone to enjoy such as traditional craft making activities, museums and galleries, shops selling local products, cafes and restaurants.
After lunch, drive up to the nearby 5th Station of Mount Fuji for a scenic view of the mountain and Five Lakes.
Proceed to Tokyo (approx. 2 hours) and afterwards, check in to your hotel.
Tonight, go for dinner at one of Ginza's restaurants.
Overnight at Tokyo.
DAY 04: TOKYO FREE DAY [B]
Free day at leisure (without any guide service).
Go shopping or spend the day at Disneyland Tokyo.
Overnight at tokyo.
DAY 05: DEPART TOKYO [B]
Free at leisure until departure time.
Transferred on a bus (join-in service; without guide service) to Narita International Airport (NRT).